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Old November 14th, 2019, 06:23 AM #21
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Got any sources on this?
It is mentioned in a number of threads here on MDS.
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Old December 2nd, 2019, 08:37 PM #22
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I know Dan at Baltimoreís Best Pawn gets them all the time but he blocks them to 10 rounds for sale in state. I have bought several from him like this.
Duffyís will do that too.
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Canít you just buy the ďMarylinistan compliantĒ version and just pick up some highcap mags when out of state? Would save you a lot of trouble. And +1 for BBP!
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Your first post is correct. FFL can receive 30 round (STD mag) but cant sell to you in MD. That FFL can ship out of state and you pick up, that's fine.
Used to do that but seems they do not want to anymore. Not canít just donít
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Used to do that but seems they do not want to anymore. Not canít just donít
"Cant" - I think MDSP made some vague threats and said no bueno.
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Old December 3rd, 2019, 12:14 PM #26
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"Cant" - I think MDSP made some vague threats and said no bueno.
Not so vague.

Don't do it, or we will pull your MD Pistol Dealer License.
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Try reaching out to the vender/seller, I have found they are usually more than helpful in either leaving out "hi-cap" mags or shipping with compliant ones. Saves your FFL any potential headaches. Buy the right-sized mags when out of state.
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Go to an adjoining state. Purchase your regulated firearm. Pay for it and take possession of the mags. Have the gun shop ship to your MD FFl less mags. Go to the FFL and do the paperwork, take possession of the magazine-less firearm. All perfectly legal. The big picture is Maryland has the authority to regulate purchase and sale of firearms within the state of Maryland. Once the mag enters the state it is subject to MD law. Hence the tendency for MD FFLs to shy away from shipping them out of state. If you pay for it in MD the transaction takes place on Maryland and is subject to MD law regardless of where you pick it up. I believe the law says may not be transferred, given, sold or manufactured inside Maryland. Possession is not prohibited. The gray area is when purchasing online. Does the transaction take place in Maryland, or the venders location? Perhaps you could be the test case
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None of the dealers I know of in either Pa, Va or Delaware will do that. You cannot take possession of the gun or attachments until received by your FFL. Again, since it has to go thru an FFL in your state why not just buy the Md compliant version from an IP and purchase your mags when you go out of state. Again, seems like a lot of asking how to circumvent Md laws.
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There are several dealers in DE who will sell you the handgun, give you the mags and accessories, then ship the handgun to your MD FFL for transfer. Completely legal.

BTW, everything you do to obtain full capacity mags while living in the state of MD could be interpreted as technically "circumventing" MD gun laws, depending on who is doing the interpreting. Keep calm and carry on.
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